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Health Professions Education, Higher Education Commentary, Occupational Therapy, Social Justice Commentary

Repairing Occupational Therapy Classrooms (Part 1)

This blog post has been sitting in my drafts folder for some time now, since ‘decolonisation’ became a “new” buzzword for the occupational therapy profession via The 2018 WFOT (World Federation of Occupational Therapy) Congress in Africa which catapulted the concept into the spotlight, causing murmurs of controversy in the international occupational therapy community. The long delay from idea to…

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